Handwriting Analysis #12: [Thinking Pattern] (5/15) Cumulative Thinker | Graphology by APDaga

Handwriting Analysis #12: [Thinking Pattern] (5/15) Cumulative Thinker | Graphology by APDaga
I have learned handwriting analysis (Graphology) in my college days and now I have decided to share my knowledge about handwriting analysis with all of you guys. 

The intention of sharing handwriting analysis knowledge is pure and to help other curious minds like me. Please make use of it for the betterment of society and the world. As all of you know "With great power & knowledge comes great responsibility

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  • Our handwriting is a reflection of our personality at the moment. Your handwriting doesn't speak about your future. So, don't expect that you will be doing future predictions using handwriting analysis. 

  • You can know the present state of your mind with handwriting analysis and improve it or make it better with practice and hard work in the proper direction. 

  • Any trait does not indicate anything white or black in your personality. Everyone is unique and their personality is made up of a combination of multiple traits.

  • and the most important thing to remember is "A person's personality changes over the period." If you see something negative in someone's personality that doesn't mean that's permanent."

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Thinking Pattern:

Thinking patterns disclose the root of your thoughts. It tells you if you decide things on your own, or, are run by other's words, and many more dimensions on similar lines. It also says a lot about the way you vision your own success.

Cumulative Thinker:

Handwriting Analysis #12: [Thinking Pattern] (5/15) Cumulative Thinker | Graphology by APDaga

  • Cumulative or methodical Thinker: the person who is inclined to consciously process “new” ideas or challenges through a thought process. 

  • Cumulative thinkers consciously process new information in a step-by-step manner to understand it completely. They are concerned with the whole process and each step involved. 

  • When such pressure is put on them, their minds tend to go “blank.” And they are usually very irritated when they have to work with faster thinkers.    

  • In hand writing, It is shown by rounded or even flat-topped m's and n's forming smooth letters. 

  • These people need all the facts before making a decision. 

  • They may take longer to learn, but they will remember.

  • They can be very creative and good with their hands.


Handwriting Analysis #12: [Thinking Pattern] (5/15) Cumulative Thinker | Graphology by APDaga
Sample 1: Cumulative Thinker Handwriting



  • Cumulative Flat-tops


  • Middle Zone

Focus Letters:

  • M, N (Small case)


  • Fact-based creative
  • Good with hands
  • Slow learning

Degree Traces / Present:

  • ---


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Keep learning and make good use of what you learn. 
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